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In November, the damage from illegal logging exceeded 8 million rubles in the Amur region

In November, the damage from illegal logging exceeded 8 million rubles in the Amur region
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In the Amur Region, the damage from the actions of black loggers since the beginning of November amounted to almost 8,5 million rubles. In total, 12 illegal logging was identified.

As EastRussia was informed in the regional Ministry of Forestry, felling was found in Arkharinsky, Bureysky, Zeysky, Magdagachinsky, Svobodnensky, Tyndinsky, Shimanovsky districts. The attackers illegally procured about 600 cubic meters of timber. Administrative cases were initiated in all cases.

In addition, law enforcement officers received several materials for criminal cases. For example, in the Magdagachinsky district, an Amur resident was detained who alone cut down timber for 4,5 million rubles. A caterpillar tractor was seized from him.

 

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